Donated hair to a mother with cancer: “Mom, my braid is yours!”


Meal – It’s 40 centimeters that make the suffering a little easier.

Renate P. (54) from Essen (North Rhine-Westphalia) has pancreatic cancer, the aggressive ulcer has spread to the liver. With every chemo session, the draftswoman loses more and more hair. Renate: “I could hardly stand it, they fell out in clumps. That’s why I shaved it off myself. “

Daughter Christin (26) is sad to see her mother suffer so much – therefore her idea: “Mom, my braid is your braid too!” She donates her long hair and wants to have it made into a real hair wig. Unfortunately, Christin cannot find anyone who can do this professionally for her – and writes BILD: “Can you please help us?”



Hairdresser Jenny Reiss (54) from the Rieswick hair manufacturer shaves Christin’s hairPhoto: Stefan Schejok


Renate P. (54) from Essen (North Rhine-Westphalia) has pancreatic cancer.  Before the chemo made her hair fall out, she shaved her head bald

Renate P. (54) from Essen (North Rhine-Westphalia) has pancreatic cancer. Before the chemo made her hair fall out, she shaved her head baldPhoto: private

Max Rieswiek (34), head of the Rieswick spare hair manufacturer in Velen (North Rhine-Westphalia) immediately said after the BILD call: “We’ll do it!” Meanwhile, Christin and her mom were on site for the hairdresser appointment. In 300 hours of work, the daughter’s braid can be turned into a wig for her mother.


Renate's head.  The bald spots became more and more common after chemo

Renate’s head. The bald spots became more and more common after chemo Photo: private

Christin: “Mom cried with happiness. We are both so very grateful. ”

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